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Basic statistics, briefly about the main

You can view revenue, expenses, payback in the Statistics – General

  • Set the required report filter (if necessary):
    • date period From and To;
    • trade points;
    • cash register shift;
    • seller;
    • client.
  • The General statistics block displays 4 blocks:
    • revenue (cash and non-cash);
    • statistics (number of checks, average check, in stock);
    • cashbox (encashment, introduction, consuption);
    • consumption (for the goods, from the checkout).

Revenue

Revenue – it is the volume of sales, the amount of money received from the sale of manufactured or previously purchased products, services provided, work performed.

  • The Revenue block contains the following data:
    • cash – the volume of sales made by cash;
    • non-cash – the volume of sales carried out by bank transfer;

Statistics

  • In the Statistics section, you can view the following data:
    • checks – the number of checks posted during the selected period / shift;
    • average check – is the turnover in monetary terms, reduced to the number of checks for a certain period, the sum of all purchases made by customers for a certain period of time, divided by the number of checks for the same period;
    • in stok – the sum of all goods in the warehouse at cost.

Cashbox

Cashbox – this is the actual amount of funds that is currently at the point of sale, in which it is taken into account – cash receipts, collection, deposits and expenses.

  • The Cashbox block contains the following data:
    • encashment – the sum of all payments carried out for the period;
    • introduction – the sum of all contributions to the cashier for the period;
    • consumption – the amount of expenses incurred from the cash desk.

Consumption

  • In the Consumption block, you can view the following data:
    • by product – the amount of goods sold at cost;
    • from cash desk – the expense posted from the pos-terminal (cash desk).

Revenue from retail outlets

  • If you have several outlets, you can view their revenue in the chart, or by clicking “Read more ..“, and view a more detailed report with the following data:
    • the number of checks held;
    • average check;
    • total revenues;
    • cash;
    • credit card;
    • expenses;
    • profit;
    • profitability.

Sales by workshops

  • For previously created workshops, you can view the shop floor revenue in the diagram, or by clicking “Read more ..“, and view a more detailed report with the following data:
    • workshop;
    • quantity;
    • sum.

Staff Report

  • If you have several sellers conducting sales, you can view the sales revenue by salesperson in the chart, or by clicking “Read more ..“, and view a more detailed report with the following data:
    • seller;
    • sum;
    • checks;
    • average check;
    • expenses;
    • profit.

Recoupment

Recoupment – an indicator of the efficiency of economic activity, calculated as the ratio of the costs incurred and the results obtained. The chart consists of profit and cost.

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